Tag Archives: China

On the Transgressions of Identity

Who am I? At heart, I suppose, I am a crane.

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Indonesia’s Rising Importance

In view of China’s pin-prick strategy, the world’s third-largest democracy is developing some military teeth.

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1971: Big Shifts in China and in the U.S.

The year when China was brought out of its shell — and the U.S. started learning about unsuccessful interventions.

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China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Slowly Imploding?

The Chinese-dominated Pakistani port city of Gwadar — the crown jewel of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) — increasingly looks like a powder keg that has exploded.

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Putin: Master of Hybrid Wars?

All wars are hybrid, but war — and the notion of hybrid — have changed.

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India and China: 1962 as a Turning Point

A history retold about India and China from 1949 to 1962, a formative and yet self-destructive phase in a troubled relationship.

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Boosting Transatlantic Technology Cooperation

The EU and the U.S. need to address the real technology competitiveness challenge, which is China.

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Biden Vs. Xi: The Global Battle for Restoring Domestic Economic Balance

How the fight against inequality at home unites — and separates — Biden and Xi Jinping. And who seems to have the upper hand.

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Asian Nations and Their Languages

Three large Asian nations — China, India and Indonesia — are polyphonic and geographically diverse. They all made different choices on their national language.

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Asia: The Quad’s Pivot to ASEAN

Providing a soft power alternative to China, in Southeast Asia

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